Last we heard, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be available across all four major carriers in the US. Pre-orders are currently being accepted and the launch date varies from carrier to carrier, with T-Mobile expected to begin shipping out its first batch come 18th August, although from what we hear, it could be sooner.
As reported by TmoNews, it would seem that some T-Mobile customers have gotten emails from the carrier informing them that their credit card has been charged for their pre-orders of the Galaxy Note 7. No shipping notices have been sent out, but it has been speculated that the charging of the card would indicate that the phones are ready to ship.
Assuming this is the case, the handsets could very well arrive ahead of its 18th of August schedule. That being said, there’s no guarantee that will be happening, but this isn’t the first time that T-Mobile has sent out phones ahead of their original release date, so we guess this shouldn’t be surprising. In fact it would actually be good news for some T-Mobile customers.
We’re not sure if this applies to all customers who pre-ordered the phone, or if it is limited to some customers who might have been earlier than the rest, but either way we’ll keep our eyes peeled, but in the meantime if you did pre-order your phone, do check your email for any notifications from the carrier.